The Spirit of Homoeopathy

  • ISBN: 978-81-90081-00-9
  • Cover: Hard Cover
  • Pages: 370
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Review in Hpathy – by Vatsala Sperling

In a foreword to this very first edition, published in 1991, Dr. Sankaran writes, “…the aim of the teacher is only to stimulate the teacher within each of us. If this book stimulates you to observe and think, it would have more than fulfilled its purpose.”

At this point of writing this book, Dr. Sankaran had just completed a decade of practice and it is easy to imagine that by now he would have spent countless hours puzzling over the art and science of homeopathy.

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– Vatsala Sperling

Review from British Journal

For a long time there has been little original writing concerning the theory and practice of Homoeopathy… In Rajan Sankaran’s new book we have something refreshing and interesting, bursting with the ides of thisfamous Bombay clinician…

The book is divided into four sections: Philosophy, The Mind, Case Taking and Finding the Remedy, and Materia Medica. A number of major themes can be traced throughout the book which is basically an expanded version of lecture notes from the last five years. These unfold as the author tells the story of how his ideas developed, starting with the insight that ‘potentized remedies have dynamic effects only’, and ending with examples of his Situational Materia Medica…Read More

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